Hyperrealistic Snake Canes Look Like They’re About To Bite You

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Mike Stinnett, a wood carver, creates these incredible sticks in a form of a snake. His works are so real looking that will surely scare you if you saw it somewhere in the wild.

The level of realism in his work is incredible:

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Stinnett records on video his creative process. Like all great artists, he makes it look easy. He uses grinders, chisels, and files to shape the wood:

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